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It's the heat, humidity this weekend in Northwest Arkansas

The summer's first heat advisory came Thursday and will continue into the weekend.

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Council approves bicycle track leading to Gulley Park in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE -- Residents who live near Gulley Park soon will have a two-way bicycle track to go along with a number of ongoing improvements on Old Wire Road.

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New owners consider plans for downtown Fayetteville property

A piece of property on Dickson Street that has served as a magnet of controversy eventually will have something on it other than parking spaces.

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Fayetteville council to send College Avenue proposal back to planners

FAYETTEVILLE -- A proposal to rezone a stretch of College Avenue will go back to the drawing board so city planners can try to strike a balance between what neighbors want and standards for appropriate development.

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Fayetteville alderman, state representative announce state House bids

A City Council member announced Wednesday his bid for a spot with the state House of Representatives and a sitting House member passed on a state Senate run to stay on as representative of his district.

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Fayetteville Planning Commission again tables public housing proposal

FAYETTEVILLE -- The Planning Commission on Monday tabled again a proposal to expand Morgan Manor so the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development can answer a question from City Attorney Kit Williams about the project.

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7 Hills CEO moving on, new executive sought for Fayetteville nonprofit

FAYETTEVILLE -- Now that 7 Hills Homeless Center has gotten its feet under it and has a plan for the future its chief executive officer has decided to move onto something new.

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Rezoning would ready area near Rolling Hills Drive in Fayetteville for development

A mix of homes and shops could accompany a proposed extension of Rolling Hills Drive to Arkansas 265 on the north side of town.

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Murals, art installations set to hit Fayetteville

The same folks who brought a giant owl to the side of a decrepit building off the square, catching eyes and prompting numerous selfies, will soon create five more murals or installations around town.

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Fayetteville library signs on the dotted line to purchase land for expansion

Things are rolling now that the library has closed on its deal to buy the old City Hospital land, the site of its future 80,000-square-foot expansion.

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Billy Rader, chief executive officer for 7 Hills, will step down as head of the homeless services or...

Billy Rader, chief executive officer for 7 Hills, will step down as head of the homeless services organization in Fayetteville. Ra...

Published: July 8, 2017

Sloan Scroggin, planning commissioner, speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeti...

Sloan Scroggin, planning commissioner, speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeting at City Hall.

Published: June 27, 2017

 Resident Alan Ostner holds a sign depicting the 2007 campaign to develop a Walker Park neighborhood...

Resident Alan Ostner holds a sign depicting the 2007 campaign to develop a Walker Park neighborhood plan during a Fayetteville Ci...

Published: June 7, 2017

Erika Wilhite, artistic director for the Artist’s Laboratory Theatre, speaks Friday in front of a fu...

Erika Wilhite, artistic director for the Artist’s Laboratory Theatre, speaks Friday in front of a full schedule of events lined up...

Published: May 29, 2017

Larry Laubach, 68, holds a hat out to ask for change from passing motorists near Martin Luther King ...

Larry Laubach, 68, holds a hat out to ask for change from passing motorists near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and South Oak Ro...

Published: May 8, 2017

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